INDIA: Farmers reject UK government aid of £65m
A delegation of farmers and agricultural farmers from India has flown to London to ask that a £65m (US$93.2m) grant to help the state of Andhra Pradesh set up industrial scale farms be cancelled. The money has been granted to the state of Andhra Pradesh to consolidate the huge number of small farms into larger ones, buy machines to sow and reap crops, introduce new pesticides to promote crop growth and introduce the cultivation of genetically crops.
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